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For a processor upgrade, the new processor must be socket, chipset, and BIOS compatible. Only the laptop or system/motherboard manufacturer can tell you what processors are supported by their BIOS. You must ask them. Then, you can select from those processors ONLY if your existing processor is NOT soldered to the motherboard.
Your first step is to contact the manufacturer of your device.
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I also would like to make a note that what Al Hill said is correct, it's very important to verify with the system manufacturer before make processor/hardware change on the system since the socket, chipset, memory, cooling, and BIOS should be compatible with the processor.
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